Network Utility Force Selected as Professional Services Partner for NANOG
(Marketwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) PHOENIX, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 10/07/13 --
Network Utility Force, an international network engineering and professional services company, announced today from NANOG 59 that it has been selected to supervise, operate and manage the IT systems of The North American Network Operators' Group (NANOG), both for meetings and permanently installed infrastructure.
"I can't think of a more demanding user base than the members of NANOG," stated Brandon Ross, Co-founder, CEO and Chief Network Architect of Network Utility Force. "We consider it the highest honor in the industry to be selected to manage the NANOG IT infrastructure, and it attests to the confidence our industry colleagues have in our organization."
As part of the agreement, Network Utility Force will manage NANOG's mailing-list, DNS, colocation and bandwidth services, as well as provide technical oversight for each NANOG meeting. Betty Burke, Executive Director for NANOG, stated, "Brandon and his team have been valued and dedicated NANOG volunteers for many years. Having their expertise in a formalized capacity to manage our core IT assets throughout the year, as well as the network engineering needs of our member meetings will be of great value to the entire NANOG community."
About Network Utility Force: Headquartered in Atlanta, Network Utility Force is a global network engineering and professional services company focused on architecture, deployment and training for infrastructure solutions including, DWDM, DNS, WiFi, MPLS, peering, SAN, SDN, security, IPv6 and virtualization in government, enterprise, healthcare, education, transportation and service provider networks. Among other certifications, Network Utility Force has certified IPv6 Forum Gold level engineers. For more information, please visit www.netuf.net, follow http://twitter.com/NetUF, or call: +1.404.635.6667.
About The North American Network Operators' Group (NANOG): NANOG is the professional association for Internet engineering and architecture with a core focus on the technologies and systems that make the Internet function: core routing and switching, Internet inter-domain routing, the domain name system, peering and interconnection and Internet core security. Additionally, NANOG runs the leading technical mailing-list for network service providers and engineers with over 10,000 members, and holds meetings three times each year, with industry presentations, tutorials and talks. NANOG is a membership organization organized as a 501(c)3 non-profit. For more information, please visit: http://www.nanog.org.
Contact: Brandon Ross CEO and Chief Network Architect Network Utility Force +1.404.635.6667
Source: Network Utility Force
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